Arts & Entertainment

  • Review: War Room
    Review: War Room

    Dannielle Synot

    The latest offering from Alex and Stephen Kendrick challenges audiences to fight . . . on their knees.

  • Saving my assassin
    Saving my assassin

    Signs Magazine

    “I should be dead,” says Virginia Prodan, “buried in an unmarked grave in Romania. Obviously, I am not. God had other plans.”

  • The making of Hacksaw Ridge
    The making of Hacksaw Ridge

    Victor Hulbert

    How can a book so inspire a man that he will spend the next 40 years trying to turn it into a movie?

  • Media trends: September 2016
    Media trends: September 2016

    Signs Magazine

    After three years, Grammy award-winning English indie rock band Bastille are releasing a follow-up to their breakthrough album, Bad Blood.

  • Media Trends: July 2016
    Media Trends: July 2016

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    What do they tell us ... about us?

  • Media Trends: May 2016
    Media Trends: May 2016

    * Multiple Authors

    What do they tell us ... about us?

  • Inside the Lines
    Inside the Lines

    Vania Chew

    No longer just something you did with—or for—your children, adults now have a legitimacy in the world of the colouring-in book, a phenomena taking the world by storm.

  • John Lennon and Jesus Christ
    John Lennon and Jesus Christ

    Bruce Manners

    At the anniversary of the Beatles lead singer’s infamous quote, is Christianity indeed waning?

  • Your Summer Reading List
    Your Summer Reading List

    Nick Mattiske

    From giant-battling biblical heroes to Aussie battlers, from poets in the heat of battle to the conflict between science and religion, Nick Mattiske shares his pick of recent book releases.

  • Silvie Paladino: For the Love of Singing
    Silvie Paladino: For the Love of Singing

    Lee Dunstan

    Silvie started her singing career at a young age of 18. She talks of how she has stayed well grounded to herself and as Christian.

  •  John Williamson: Fair-Dinkum Aussie
    John Williamson: Fair-Dinkum Aussie

    Melody Tan

    Melody Tan speaks with country singer-songwriter, John Williamson, about the subjects and issues close to his heart.

  • Truth teller brings rhythmic roots to Manifest
    Truth teller brings rhythmic roots to Manifest

    Nathan Brown

    Raised in the hip hop culture of Long Beach (California, US) and educated at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Micah Bournes presents a unique brand of creative truth telling combining spoken word performance poetry, rhythmic roots and theological trainin

  • Of Gods and Kings
    Of Gods and Kings

    Mark Hadley

    The film Exodus: Gods And Kings, represents a revival of the Hollywood Golden Age when they turned Bible stories into action thrillers for the masses.

  • Josh Cunningham: Singing a New Song
    Josh Cunningham: Singing a New Song

    Melody Tan

    Melody Tan catches up with The Waifs' band member to talk about religion, music and life.

  • Delta Goodrem "Believes Again"
    Delta Goodrem "Believes Again"

    Nathan Brown

    Nathan Brown asks the award-winning Australian singer songwriter about life, music and health.

  • Troy Casser-Daley's "Big, Big Love"
    Troy Casser-Daley's "Big, Big Love"

    Susan Johnstone

    Australian country music singer Troy Cassar-Daley reflects on the inspiration behind his newest album-wife, family and God-with Susan Johnstone.

  • Andre Rieu: Facing the Music
    Andre Rieu: Facing the Music

    Kristel Rae

    Every great musician has lived an intriguing life. Kristel Rae reflects on the story that shaped the fun-loving virtuoso, Andre Rieu.

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